Meyers Masterful at I-55 Raceway: Wins Thriller Over Dollansky
Pevely, MO April 5, 2008--By: Tony Veneziano, World of Outlaws PR Director
Jason Meyers has had strong starts to the season in the past, but nothing like the consistency and strength that he and his team have shown this year with the Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series, as they compete against the best sprint car drivers and teams in the world night after night.
Collins, Walsh, Naeger & Mooney takes victories at I-55 Raceway!
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Pevely, MO (March 29, 2008) One hundred and ten racecars and their crews didn't let a damp, chili night keep them away from opening night of the 2008 racing season at I-55 Raceway.
UMP DIRTcar Roundup Will Rock I-55 Raceway With More Than 500 Competitors In Eight Divisions
CONCORD , N.C. Dec. 7, 2007 Four days of racing. Eight classes of cars. More than 500 competitors and thousands of laps. The thrilling high banks of Ken Schraders I-55 Raceway will never be the same after the inaugural UMP DIRTcar Roundup, the largest event in UMP DIRTcar Racing history.
From Oct. 15-18, Super Late Models, Open Wheel Modifieds, Pro Modifieds, Pro Late Models, Sportsman, Street Stocks, Factory Stocks and 4-Cylinders all will have a chance to shine on four consecutive days, which include feature events every night in the Mississippi River town of Pevely , Mo. , just south of St. Louis in the heart of UMP DIRTcar Racing country.
Jeff Leka claims Ken Schrader Modified Challenge at I-55 Raceway!
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(October 20, 2007) The 3rd Annual Ken Schrader Modified Challenge attracted
ninety-eight U.M.P. DIRTcar Modifieds drivers from around the Midwest and
featured some great racing action. Jeff Leka of Buffalo, Illinois, who finished
second in the U.M.P. DIRTcar Modified National Point Standings in 2007, led the
final thirty-two laps and claimed the victory. Leka had to change his car number
before the event got started because the track didn't allow duplicate numbers.
Leka added a zero behind his familiar number three and over the letter L,
changing his number to 30 instead of 3L. As fate would have it, this would
become Leka's 30th victory in 2007.